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24-MAR-2021. A private Cessna T207 Turbo Stationair 8 (C207), registration N9177M, from Monterrey Del Norte International Airport (Mexico) to Laredo International Airport, TX (USA), has made a hard landing at Laredo airport and nose gear collapsed.

TEXT VERSION OF COMMUNICATIONS (Read if subtitles in video were fast):

COMMENTS: N9177M is approaching Laredo Airport, in a moment the pilot will contact controller.
N9177M: Tower, this is N9177M.
TOWER: N9177M, Laredo Tower.
N9177M: This is a Cessna 207, coming from MMAN, requesting approach and landing instructions.
TOWER: N9177M, in a right downwind descend to altitude 1500, RW 18R cleared to land.
N9177M: RW 18 cleared to land, N9177M.
N9177M: 18R, sir?
TOWER: Cessna 177M, affirmative, RW 18R.
N9177M: Thank you.
N9177M: Wind check, please.
TOWER: 180 at 8.
N9177M: 10 at 18.
TOWER: 170 at 08.
N9177M: 170 08, thank you, sir.
COMMENTS: According FAA report, the aircraft has made a hard landing and the nose gear collapsed.
TOWER: Cessna 177M, I’ve got the aircraft… Are you still on the frequency?
COMMENTS: It seems they asked: ‘’How do you read?’’
TOWER: Loud and clear.
COMMENTS: Unfortunately, the pilot is unreadable now. We’ll hear the description of the situation later.
TOWER: Cessna 9177, roger sir. I called the rescue and they should be out there momentarily. Are there any injuries?
N9177M: Negative.
TOWER: Roger, sir, they are gonna come out. I hope… Rescue 7, Ground, go ahead.
RESCUE 7: Rescue 7… is it alert 1, sir?
TOWER: It’s an alert 3. Aircraft, nose wheel collapsed, hard landing. Proceed across 18L, 14, on a RW 18R at D.
RESCUE 7: Rescue 7, proceeding on D, crossing 18L, crossing 14, on to 18R.
TOWER: Rescue 7, the people have evacuated the aircraft, no injuries to report, no injuries.
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